Belgian Beer and Mussels

Are you a fan of mussels?  I wasn’t really sure if I was or not, but I definitely became one the other night!

If you haven’t visited Monochromia yet, and are a fan of B&W Photography, go on over for a visit!

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What a treat it was to be invited to spend an evening with good friends, sharing fresh mussels and delicious belgian beer!   Yum!!  There are not many better ways to end the work day.

To be honest, I’ve often converted to B&W when the color and lighting of an image just weren’t right.  Involvement with Monochromia has encouraged me to think sans color when I am out and about with my camera, and to actively search for images that will celebrate B&W photography.  I had a feeling that mussels and beer might provide good subjects.  What do you think?

It seems that people often think of B&W photography as mostly dramatic, moody, and serious, so today I wanted to show the fun.  Those who know me will not be surprised by that!

Thanks so much for checking out Monochromia and if you’d like to come along for the ride…

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7 thoughts on “Belgian Beer and Mussels

  1. LOL, love mussels but don’t like beer. Always wish I did because it SMELLS so darned good but let’s just say I may have over-imbibed as a new freshman at my first frat party in college and it wasn’t pretty. I have a bit of a mental block to this day!!! Love the photo tho 🙂

    • Oh too funny, Tina … I had that same problem with Tequila! It wasn’t until I was in my 40’s that I could even THINK about trying it again!!

Because Boomdee dared me: Lay a little sugar on me :-)

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